SPAIN – Valmet is set to deliver its advanced bale tester to Papresa’s paper mill in Errentería, Spain, enhancing the facility’s ability to monitor and improve the quality of recovered paper.

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This real-time measuring system is designed to reduce operational costs and enhance the performance of the recycled fiber line.

The specifics of the order, including its value, remain undisclosed. Delivery is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2024.

Currently, Papresa lacks a robust system to control the recovered paper’s quality effectively. The Valmet bale tester addresses this gap by measuring moisture and detecting contaminants such as plastic and ash.

This crucial data is automatically stored and analyzed within the mill’s database, aiding in the optimization of the production process.

Valmet’s comprehensive delivery package will include the installation of its bale tester On-truck solution, which is equipped with ash and lignin sensors and the accompanying software.

This model allows for direct measurement of raw material samples from the bales onboard the truck, ensuring efficient and accurate quality control from the moment of delivery. The package also includes a system startup and a spare parts kit.

Papresa, a stalwart in the Spanish paper production industry with over 125 years of history, operates extensively at the Errentería mill.

This site includes two bleaching plants, three paper production lines, a steam plant, and a water treatment facility. It annually produces 375,000 tonnes of 100% recycled newsprint, light fluting, testliner, and other specialty papers.

Valmet is a global leader in developing process technologies, automation, and services for the pulp, paper, and energy industries, reinforcing its commitment to innovation and excellence in every project.

New fiberline technology at Lecta’s Zaragoza mill

Meanwhile, Valmet is set to enhance the fiberline technology at Lecta’s combined pulp and paper mill in Zaragoza, Spain.

This comprehensive upgrade will significantly increase the mill’s pulp production capacity, reduce operational costs, and improve the fiberline’s overall availability.

Details of the order’s value remain undisclosed, with the implementation scheduled during Lecta’s annual shutdown in April 2025.

The upgrade encompasses several key areas of the fiberline, including wood handling, cooking, brown stock screening, washing, and oxygen delignification.

Specifically, Valmet’s delivery will include a new log feeding system and a Valmet Chip Cutter for improved wood handling, enhanced cooking processes with the Valmet OptiBin solution and Valmet Chip Pumps, a redesigned screening room, an additional washing stage equipped with a new Valmet TwinRoll Press, and a modified Oxygen delignification stage.

Lecta is recognized as a leading European manufacturer and distributor of specialty papers, including labels and flexible packaging, coated and uncoated papers for publishing and commercial printing, and other high-value innovative products.

The Zaragoza mill, where these enhancements will take place, is a vital facility with a total production capacity of 536,000 tons annually.

As a global leader in developing process technologies, automation, and services for the pulp, paper, and energy industries, Valmet’s expertise ensures that such upgrades lead to efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective production processes.

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